Sen. Pat Toomey voted against Democrats' measure, blaming them for passing a bill that lacked protections and had no GOP support in Congress.
The official blasted Republican Sen. Pat Toomey for voting to convict Trump, saying he wasn't sent there to "vote his conscience."
Fetterman, the state’s 6’8” lieutenant governor, will be a major presence in what could be a crowded Democratic field for an open seat.
The treasury secretary's prediction came as congressional Republicans continue to oppose the bill.
Lawmakers are set to introduce the four-page legislation Monday, with voting mid-week.
The Pennsylvania senator said the president has “spiraled down into a kind of madness" and should "go away as soon as possible."
“You don’t get everything you want, even if you’re the president of the United States,” said Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennslyvania.
“Barring a major mishap, the Senate and House will be able to vote on final legislation as early as tonight,” said Sen. Chuck Schumer.
Sen. Pat Toomey dropped his demand for sharp restrictions on emergency Fed powers.
Lawmakers on both sides said a provision by Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., that would curb emergency Federal Reserve powers was the sticking point.